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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
New Star Investment Trust Plc LSE:NSI London Ordinary Share GB0002631041 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00p -0.92% 107.50p 104.00p 111.00p - - - 0 07:30:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 1.8 0.8 1.2 91.9 76.35

New Star Investment Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/10/2012
09:24
original position may relate to a deferred tax bill from sale of jupiter, i am no tax expert but suspect this would be crystallised on any wind up.. certainly not a, b - very unlikely, c doubtful, d undoubtedly.
edwardt
17/10/2012
21:03
And the answer is? a) He has too much money to care b) He wants to use this vehicle for something else c) He actually thinks the Investment Manager is good or d) It keeps Brompton's FUM up I would guess b) or d). What about you?
topvest
17/10/2012
16:42
ask yourself why he wants to maintain the status quo? the discount is bordering on laughable when most holdings could be sold with a push of the button.
edwardt
02/10/2012
21:20
Really odd investment strategy at this investment trust; to be honest it's rubbish and most investors with a stroke of common sense could do better. If I was John Duffield and had a personal £25-30m earning nothing for 10 years or so, I would have taken some action. Pretty unbelievable when you have made your living creating Jupiter and New Star and you can't find someone that can invest £50m sensibly. Then again maybe that was the problem with Jupiter and New Star - to clever for their own good and a general lack of common sense. I can't find one Jupiter vehicle that I would want to invest in. Maybe New Star was the same! What gets me is the schizophrenic investment behaviour of the manager - 90% in eclectic funds and 10% in very very random equity investments. They lost over £2m in Bumi which is just unreal when it was their only material equity last year. Why put all of your equity risk into one risky vehicle...and we all know how that's turned out...very badly! This year they seem to have invested in All Star Leisure and Westhouse Holdings (who? and why?). There is no logic or strategy that makes sense to me, other than insanity or lack of focus. Please John find a better manager...I and many others could do substantially better than the so-called professionals that are "managing" this trust.
topvest
10/9/2012
08:06
Another set of poor results for New Star. Not exactly a great "shop window" for Brompton Asset Management. This needs a shake-up.
topvest
09/9/2012
11:01
Results soon. Be interesting to see if they have any plans for this vehicle.
topvest
09/7/2012
11:53
see brompton are launching a range of unit trust products ....
edwardt
16/4/2012
15:24
cnx- your question would be better directed to the board...
edwardt
07/2/2012
17:35
It will be interesting to see what John Duffield decides to do with this vehicle. A liquidation would generate some serious upside I suppose which would be most welcome, or they could use this vehicle for something more ambitious. Happy to wait as at least the investment manager is protecting real shareholder value, in terms of NAV.
topvest
07/2/2012
15:53
this is going nowhere. what are the investment duties of the managers?
cnx
30/6/2011
22:18
thanx ,I think investor thought it was complicated and he would have to run a thread but never mind !
debbiegee
30/6/2011
21:06
debbiegee, Well I thought it was a good idea anyway!
2gekko
30/6/2011
11:38
hI GUYS WE CAN USE THIS THREAD FOR CHATTING ABOUT ASTROLOGY. PUT IT IN YOUR FAVOURITES SO YOU SEE WHEN THERE ARE POSTS. Blue bar near top add favourites
debbiegee
15/6/2011
15:51
i think on this level the board have to do something!
edwardt
15/6/2011
15:11
Yes, possibly so - still hold mine.
topvest
15/6/2011
14:16
topvest - still watching this? having been kicked out of the all share, surely on the level of discount it is on, with trackers forced sellers, this is time to buy....
edwardt
30/3/2011
16:19
good estate planning for him long term if shares remain on a 25% + discount!
edwardt
27/9/2010
21:29
Well, results out today and no hint of excitement at all. Languishing on a poor relative performance, no dividend and a c20-30% discount, something may well change. The trust doesn't seem to let any emotion / sense of direction out of the bag, so we will just have to wait and see what Duffield wants to do.
topvest
20/8/2010
15:18
Yes, odd. Interesting vehicle this one though if Duffield decides to use it.
topvest
19/8/2010
14:49
shares are being marked much lower this week. underlying holdings are broadly unit trusts and look very dull but liquid. Hence there should be no particular reason for such a wide discount, other than there being one large shareholder and no liquidity in the trust!
edwardt
02/8/2010
17:04
All very quiet on here + a big discount. Wouldn't be surprised if we get a change of strategy at some point this year + a change of name.
topvest
06/4/2010
19:13
The price has picked up a fair bit here. I wonder if a change of direction is on the cards?
topvest
09/3/2010
21:33
Shows how illiquid this is with a 5,000 purchase causing the rise.
topvest
23/1/2010
16:44
Brompton is up and running; http://www.bromptonam.com Fairly low key at the moment.
topvest
21/11/2009
17:53
Missed this: "On 30 October 2009 the Company announced that it has given notice to terminate New Star Asset Management Limited's appointment as its Investment Manager. Termination will occur on 31 January 2010 or earlier by agreement. On termination, Brompton Asset Management LLP will commence acting as the Company's Investment Manager." Off we go on a new course. Be interesting to see what Brompton get up to.
topvest
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